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Today I’m going to show you how to make extra-large dumpling wrappers big enough to make king-sized Korean dumplings. Korean dumplings are called mandu and these wrappers are called mandu-pi. Ever since I posted my first mandu recipe in 2008 many people who don’t have access to a Korean grocery store have asked me how to make the wrappers at home. It lead me to develop this recipe, which took me some time to perfect.
From experimentation I learned that homemade mandu-pi are a lot tastier than mandu-pi from the grocery store. They are big noodles used to wrap around fillings, so taking time and care to get them right will make your dumplings that much better.
Not only that, but they are easy to make!
This recipe makes king-sized wrappers (or skins), but you could also use this recipe to make smaller wrappers, too. Just divide them into smaller pieces before you roll them out.
Enjoy my recipe, and I hope you make some nice delicious mandu-pi from it. Let me know how your mandu turn out!
Ingredients (makes 16 large wrappers, each one 5 ½ to 6 inches in diameter)
How to use frozen mandupi:
Posted Friday, August 29th, 2014 at 9:17 pm
Tagged: dumpling skins, dumpling wrappers, 만두피, 만두피 빚기, gyoza wrappers, homemade dumpling skins, homemade dumpling wrappers, korean food, Korean food blog, Korean food images, Korean food photo, Korean food website, Korean kitchen, Korean recipes, Maangchi Korean cooking, Maangchi recipes, mandu-pi, mandupi, wonton wrappers
Originally posted on August 29, 2014 at 9:17 pm by Maangchi
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